Mouthing Off

By the Editors of Food & Wine Magazine

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Hungry Crowd

You might know Nicole Miller for her eponymous clothing line featuring bright prints and patterns, but the fashion designer also loves to throw theme dinner parties and is an avid collector of art.

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Make This Now

Preparing something milanese (or milanesa) style means dredging thin slices of meat in eggs and seasoned bread crumbs and frying them. It’s pretty foolproof, plus it’s superquick, making it the perfect weeknight dinner.

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Expert Guide

Even for established restaurateurs, opening a pop-up presents distinct challenges.

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Make This Now

Want dinner fast? Try piccata. The Italian dish of thinly sliced, pounded meat, dredged in flour, browned in butter and topped with a lemony, white wine sauce, is quick, easy and versatile.

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Most Wanted Recipe

Here, Chicago chef Erling Wu-Bower's no-fuss rendition of the Italian classic linguine with clams.

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Travel Guide

Today's best New York Italian restaurants have amazing brunches, killer wine programs and hip-hop soundtracks. Here are 19 of F&W's favorites to try this summer.

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Editor Picks

We all know about San Marzanos. The prized plum tomatoes are held in the highest regard by chefs around the world. But they’re not the only obsession-worthy Italian tomato on the market. It’s time to get to know the Piennolo.

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America's Favorite Food Cities

To try the cuisine at its highest-level, look no further than these great Italian restaurants.

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Andrew Zimmern's Kitchen Adventures

This is one of the best ways to fix mussels. Simple and elegant, it’s a classic summer dish that is best served with lots of crusty bread for dipping. 

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Andrew Zimmern's Kitchen Adventures

This spicy, charred broccoli rabe pasta is fresh and vibrant but also delightfully hearty and comforting.

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